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A Wedded Arrangement

(Convenient Marriages #3)

3.93  ·  Rating details ·  168 ratings  ·  40 reviews
With three months remaining of her marriage of convenience, Savannah is ready to say goodbye to her spoiled rich boy of a husband. He's annoying and argumentative and used to always getting his way. Sure, he's hot. And maybe occasionally a little bit sweet. But she doesn't want to stay married to him.

Not at all.

He needed a wife for a year so he could inherit his
Kindle Edition, 231 pages
Published October 23rd 2019
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Oh my gosh! This was one of the best enemies-to-lovers trope I’ve read in a long time. Add in a marriage of convenience and a hero and heroine that were positively explosive together and I was in book heaven!

Savannah and Lance have been in a marriage of convenience for nine months. Three more months to go and they will divorce and never have to deal with each other again. With a history rife with antagonism, bad memories and hurt feelings, the fact they ever married, even for money, is saying
Oct 24, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: favorite-authors
A very lighthearted and sweet story, it was delightful to watch Savannah and Lance putting aside their differences and falling in love.
Maria Rose
Another enjoyable modern marriage of convenience romance! Savannah and Lance come from very different backgrounds growing up in the same town (he grew up rich; she didn't) and when he proposes a marriage as a way to get his trust fund money, she agrees because she needs money too and he's offering her a deal that's too good to pass up - never mind that they've always been at odds with each other, it's a business arrangement. But with three months left in their marriage, things take an ...more
Isha Coleman
Oct 19, 2019 rated it really liked it
Noelle Adams continues to do what she does best. Appeal to the heart while intriguing the mind. Savannah and Lance combine a clueless angst with emotional connection that makes for unpredictable romance. She thought she knew what she wanted until romance got in the way. He was on the verge of having all his dreams come true until love threw him a curveball. Can a marriage of convenience be the beginning of happily ever after? Adams gives less temptation and more heart with haunting results.
Izzie d
Oct 24, 2019 rated it liked it
It's okay.
No other woman drama.
Other man drama as Hero is jealous but nothing is going on.
No intimate scenes with anyone other than the Hero and heroine.
No cheating.
Emily (Mrs B's Books)
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

This is slightly different towards the normal book in the trope. Whereas normally the couple are just meeting and arranging a marriage of convenience and fall in love, this pair are already in a marriage of convenience and only have three months left in their contract.

Savannah has always been on the poorer side of the tracks in Green Valley and Lance has always been on the other side. Savannah does not spend money
Maree Repa
Oct 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Five Amazing Stars

A Marriage of Connivence

I was absolutely thrilled to receive book three, Convenient Marriages. Such a wonderful, most exciting romantic novel where two complete strangers learn to fall in love. Such a magnificent book to read!!

Lance Carlyle and Savannah Emerson although they have known each other for their entire lives still are so very different. Growing up so close in a tiny town, their lives were so different. Lance grew up in a wealthy family and Samantha’s father only
Oct 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Savannah agreed to marry Lance, so he can inherit his grandmother's fortune, Savannah is not doing this for free too, he is paying her family debt.
Only three months are left in marriage and Savannah can be free but lately her feelings to Lance are changing and she hates this.
I loved this story and characters.
Oct 25, 2019 rated it really liked it
this is the first time I've read a book written by this author and surprisingly i managed to finish it in one go.
4* I really love it... no inner monologue fuh
(-)* because of the h is not a virgin huhu...
Angel Hatfield
Oct 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Savannah/Van wondered if her story looked like a cheesy romantic world. Smart-mouthed girl from the wrong side of the track meets spoiled rich boy. There is conflict, banter, and misunderstanding ensue until they both change for the better, overcoming their differences and coming together. Her story was like that except for the part about overcoming difficulties and falling in love. And the bliss. She hadn’t much of that over the past nine months. She had married. She found her own spoiled rich ...more
Three Chicks
Oct 14, 2019 rated it really liked it
Lance Carlyle and Savannah Emerson have known each other most of their lives. They grew up in the same small town; but on opposite ends. Lance was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, never wanting for anything. Savannah’s dad was they guy who cleaned his families pool and Lance has been a thorn in her side for as long as she can remember. They’ve never been friends, as a matter of fact, they’ve loathed each other. When Lance’s grandmother passes, she has a stipulation in her will that he must ...more
Review written: October 9, 2019
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An Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of this book was received free via Netgalley for an honest review.

A Wedded Arrangement by Noelle Adams takes a spoiled rich boy and pairs him with a “poor” (read lower middle class) girl who resents his money and power. Oops! Lance needs a marriage of convenience to get his inheritance from his grandmother and the only woman he wants to spend that time with is Savannah, the one woman he can’t seem to get no
Oct 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Savannah has agreed to marry Lance Carlyle for a year, so she can help her parents out of debt and set herself up more securely for the future. She has never liked Lance, because he was a rich jerk when he was younger.

At first, I was afraid I wouldn’t like this book, because it takes place in such an upscale society. But because of the way the author wrote this story, it gave the plot a good balance between affluent lifestyles and people who live a life that more closely resembles the ones I
Sarah Peters
Oct 27, 2019 rated it really liked it
Adams has put a modern twist on the Regency romance genre with this steamy enemies-to-lovers romance between a beautiful, feisty, guarded heroine from a blue-collar background and the rich, handsome, arrogant man who has been her nemesis since grade school. When Lance learns that he won’t inherit a fortune from his grandmother until he’s been married for a year, he immediately thinks of Savannah since he knows she’s desperately in need of money. Their marriage of convenience begins with a ...more
Oct 31, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I’ve never been less than pleased by a Noelle Adams contemporary romance and A Wedded Arrangement is just more proof why I love her writing so much. No one is perfect, but everyone is hoping to find that someone who feels like their perfect love. The hero and heroine have know each other since grade school. He’s wealthy, but his home life is no picnic. She’s not, but her parents are the best a kid could ask for. There adults now. He’s accomplished and she’s still bitter about the treatment she ...more
Oct 14, 2019 rated it really liked it
Gosh I just love marriage of convenience novels!!! Noelle Adams is the queen of this genre and A Wedded Arrangement gives you everything you would come to expect from a Noelle Adams book! This book is a tad different than the norm because we begin the book with the couple already in their marriage. Of course, nothing goes as planned when feelings enter the picture!

Savannah and Lance entered into a marriage of convenience for one year. The story begins nine months into their contract with three
Anita Byars
Oct 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
Heartwarming! A marriage in name only, for strictly financial gain, bring two enemies and lost souls together. They think they know each other. Their pasts filled with competitiveness, hurt feeling, and angst. But nine months into their marriage of no sex, soon has these two acting on the sizzling attraction between them.

Savannah Emerson had despised Lance Carlyle most of her life. She had always suppressed the surge of attraction she had experienced when she was around him. But now with only
Oct 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is book #3 in the Convenient Marriages series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader understanding of the series, I recommend reading these in order.

Savannah is breathing a sigh of relief. She is just months away from being married to a man she is madly attracted to but can barely stand. Growing up together, they had a history long before all of this came to be, and maybe it is time to let the past go.

Lance knows his time with his amazing wife is almost up. They got
Nov 08, 2019 rated it did not like it
Shelves: did-not-finish
Our "beloved heroine" Savannah is the most obnoxious, self-righteous and unlikeable person I've read about in ages. There is no way in this world or any other that any man would find her charming or likable and certainly not lovable. She is just plain awful! She feels more like the villain of this story than anything else.Is she 100% wrong about the things she says? No BUT essentially she has only one opinion and that is rich people are terrible human beings because they have money and she ...more
Sep 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
Marriage of convenience plus haters to lovers.
Lance and Savannah are from two different sides of the track, and are far from friends. Yet when Lance is forced to marry in order to inherite his grandmothers fortune Savannah is the first person who come to his mind. Savannah needs the money he is offering to pay off her family's debt and agrees.

Once married sparks fly and a new perspective is formed, but can they meet each other half way, or are they bound to fail?

This was a good story, I liked
Ana Paula
Oct 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is the third book of a series about... Convenient Marriages! Noelle Adams is a gifted writer and author and specially with marriages of convenience she is an expert!! Try Part-Time Husband! It is one of her best and a RITA nominee.

This one is about Savannah and Lance, he is a privileged kid who has a rich family but no love from them. Savannah she has a different origin as she has a working class family and have always worked hard for her success. She returned to her hometown to take care
Oct 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Omg this is an amazing story of enemies to lover's and I really enjoyed reading it. Savannah and Lance have been in a marriage of convenience and they only have three more months to go before they can get a divorce. Savannah has walls so high because of Lance and his friends and how they used to bully her when they were at school together. Savannah only married Lance for the money so that she could help her parents. Then sparks fly between them and there chemistry is off the charts hot. Will ...more
Sep 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed this fake-marriage story (with a bit of enemies-to-lovers) where the heroine has always lived in the shadow of the rich kids of the town. Now she is fake-married to one of those rich kids for a year (for him to receive his grandmother's inheritance) and there are only 3 months left.
Somehow, something changes in the dynamic between Savannah and Lance and their relationship changes. Is it lust only?

What I liked was the way the story was told. We are already into the marriage
Oct 14, 2019 rated it really liked it
This marriage of convenience was not anything like I’ve read before! Savannah and Lance have known each other for years and don’t exactly get along. At the start of this story, the couple has been married for quite a few months already and Savannah is looking forward to the end of their arrangement. However, a family wedding brings about some changes between Lance and Savannah and exactly where their relationship stands.

I loved the banter between the two of them, snarky yet fun and still on the
Oct 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Lance and Savannah have a marriage of convenience. Who said anything about falling in love with their spouse, that would only complicate matters, right.

These have a long standing hate relationship, which as the sparks fly, they have more in common with each other than they thought. This scares Savannah the most as she grew up relatively poor and Lance grew up privileged. Should she really hold that against him when he really isn’t so bad upon closer inspection.

Such a great enemies to
Oct 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I've been a fan of Noelle Adams for a while and she has a few tropes she often goes back to, one being the arranged manage trope. You know why? Because she knocks it out of the ballpark everytime. On the surface this is just the story of two people who fall in love because they are forced together, however Adams has a way of creating a story that not only feels plausable but feels genuine and like real life. Her story telling style is like experiencing the story along with the characters and she ...more
Jessica Lee
Oct 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I totally love this one! I was a bit surprised since it's the first time I read her book that's more than two hundred pages. It was still a fast read for me though. Finished it in one sitting and I enjoyed it despite the angst and trust issues. The last part almost got me, I thought it's the cliché ending surprise! But no girl! so it was quite refreshing. Thankfully it's not a dual POV at least it won't spoil my anticipation about how the story goes. Totally loving this convenient marriages ...more
Jessica Wannamaker
Nov 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
All their lives they've been on opposite sides of the social ladder. Her dad cleaned his pool, his friends picked on her. But when Lance needs a wife to insure he doesn't miss out on his grandmothers will he thinks of only her. Their contract is going according to plan until they get to realizing they have an attraction.... Maybe they really never knew each other before.

I really loved this book about getting to know the person you've married and realizing you never knew them that they might
Susan Underbrink
Sep 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
A big thank you to NetGalley and Victory Editing NetGalley Co-Op for the ARC. I am voluntarily reviewing this book. This is part of a series, but reads great as a stand alone. While, I thought they both had huge chips on their shoulders, I understand the fear of letting go. I didn't really connect with the characters. They are way outside of my lifestyle but I did enjoy the book. Parts were funny. They definitely had the enemies to lovers thing down. I still give it a 4. It was short and fun. A ...more
Louise Ryan
Sep 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed this one. I didn't much like Lance in the beginning though his feelings for Savannah were obvious from the get go. It took Savannah a little longer to realise she liked/loved Lance which I enjoyed as it's usually the other way around in MF books. The enemies-to -lovers trope was a winner and the banter between these two was great and very funny. I could have read more of these two as I enjoyed their relationship a lot but it was a great read with a lovely HEA as usual. <3
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Noelle handwrote her first romance novel in a spiral-bound notebook when she was twelve, and she hasn't stopped writing since. She has lived in eight different states and currently resides in Virginia, where she teaches English, reads any book she can get her hands on, and offers tribute to a very spoiled cocker spaniel.

She loves travel, art, history, and ice cream. After spending far too many

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